Silent Altitudes

by Michael James Emberger

Genres: Fiction

ISBN: 9781649600509

352 pages

Price: $17.99

The world looks up to the sky in hopeful anticipation as the Pennychuck Atmospheric Carbon Reduction System comes online. Finally the chance to eliminate global warming will be obtainable.

Within moments, something goes terribly wrong. Dr. Milford Pennychuck races to find the underlying problem that caused so much destruction. Yet when an assassination attempt and system sabotage blindsides him, he has to rely on a surprising ally. Together they delve into a conspiracy deeper than they can fathom. As the system operates at progressively higher altitudes, the two scientists must find a way to shut it down…or die trying.


From takeoff to landing, I was on the edge of my seat. This is an incredible story of a race against time to survive.
­Colleen Chen
pilot and owner, Vertical Ventures Aviation

Silent Altitudes provides a thoughtful introspection as to what may lay ahead unless we change our ways.”
Brian Jeffrey
author of Adventures from the Coldest Part of the Cold War

“Author Michael Emberger offers an exciting ride in this race against time to stop a hijacked project from destroying the human race.”
Anne Wilson
bestselling author of HOVER,

Silent Altitudes intertwines heart-wrenching loss, greed, the bonds of family, and the strength of a mother’s love to save the climate from catastrophe. A cli-fi page turner.”
Dan Bloom
editor, The Cli-Fi Report,


"Michael James Emberger is an author of thrillers and suspense, and he resides in Wilton, New Hampshire. He enjoys weaving narratives of conspiracy and misguided intentions around divisive topics. Where there is debate, there is always room for a villain with goals far out of alignment from either side.
Michael is a graduate of Messiah College, where he studied Engineering and met his wife racing solar cars cross-country.
When he's not working on home renovations or writing, he enjoys visiting the ocean and exploring the majesty of God's creation on the summits of New Hampshire's Mountains."